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BA 654 to Corfu CFU departure gate from LHR T5

BA 654 to Corfu CFU departure gate from LHR T5

Old Jun 10, 2024, 9:17 am
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BA 654 to Corfu CFU departure gate from LHR T5

Is anyone with experience of this flight (BA 654 LHR - CFU) able to say whether it tends to go from A, B or C gates? Thanks.
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Old Jun 10, 2024, 9:23 am
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Originally Posted by NRGsaver
Is anyone with experience of this flight (BA 654 LHR - CFU) able to say whether it tends to go from A, B or C gates? Thanks.
Short Hauls tend to go from A, however past history has taught me anything can happen. My last SH flight went from B.
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Old Jun 10, 2024, 9:43 am
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Speedbird Online is a useful resource which will give you a 12 month history of this flight and the top five departure gate numbers. Those five are all A gates....so expect to fly from B !!!

Speedbird Online (go to flights and enter the flight number)
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Old Jun 10, 2024, 10:37 am
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Thr ba wayfinder pages will give you intended gates up to 3 days in advance.

https://wayfinding.maps.ba.com/departing


Today was A8
yesterday A10
saturday a17
friday a21

Info courtesy of flightstats.com



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Old Jun 10, 2024, 10:37 am
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It was the dreaded A10 when I took it recently.
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Old Jun 10, 2024, 11:57 am
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Thanks to everyone for the information. I have, once again, learned something new from the wonderful people on this forum. Very much appreciate it.
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I've taken this flight twice within a fortnight. Both A10. First a bus transfer to a T3 remote stand as the inbound sector was Oslo (a T3 route). The agent at the FW said I'd be getting a coach to somewhere near Hounslow West. The second A10 and bused to the stands just south of the A gates so a much shorter ride. By sheer virtue of the operation consistently inconsistent is how I'd describe gate allocations.
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Old Yesterday, 5:50 am
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Originally Posted by Always Somewhere Else
I've taken this flight twice within a fortnight. Both A10. First a bus transfer to a T3 remote stand as the inbound sector was Oslo (a T3 route). The agent at the FW said I'd be getting a coach to somewhere near Hounslow West. The second A10 and bused to the stands just south of the A gates so a much shorter ride. By sheer virtue of the operation consistently inconsistent is how I'd describe gate allocations.
This - https://wayfinding.maps.ba.com/departing - courtesy of ScottishPoet was accurate. Suggested A10 last night but very early this morning amended to A21 which was indeed the case.
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